Dr. Temple Grandin – May 23, 2024

We are excited to announce that Dr. Temple Grandin, an exceptional scientist, author, and speaker, will be coming to SCIG!

Dr. Temple Grandin is a renowned animal behavior expert, advocate for autism awareness, and author. She is also known for her work in animal welfare, particularly in designing humane livestock handling systems. Dr. Grandin herself is on the autism spectrum and has used her unique perspective to revolutionize the livestock industry and raise awareness about autism. She’s written several books, including “Thinking in Pictures” and “Animals in Translation,” and her life story has been depicted in a biographical film titled “Temple Grandin.”

This event is free and open to anyone interested, including parents and volunteers, BUT space is limited so please register below to reserve a ticket!

This event is being brought to you through grants from Wisconsin DHS-Home & Community Based Services from the American Rescue Plan Act & Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities-Sparks Grant.

*Please submit a reservation for each person planning to attend. Limit of 2 tickets per household.

We are so sorry, all of the tickets available have been claimed.